parent’shouse” or “my
parents’house”? Is it “
Barb and Bill’shouse” or “
Barb’s and Bill’shouse”? It is time to clear this up and learn the possessive form once and for all! In this lesson, I will teach you where to place the apostrophe with an S when using the possessive form. First, we will look at the single possessive form, as in “Sue’s book”. Then, we will move on to the plural form. Also, we will clarify the two compound plural forms depending on context:
John’s and Lisa’s” or
John and Lisa’s. Lastly, I’ll list the possessive forms that don’t use any apostrophe at all. This is an essential lesson that everyone needs to watch, even if you are an advanced English speaker. Be sure to do the quiz after watching so you can solidify what you’ve learned. Never get caught misusing the apostrophe ever again!